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FOX Business
Dec 4, 2013 12:00am EST
: president obama kicking off a new campaign to rally support for his signature health care law saying is open for business! really? because "the washington post" report that is a third of people enrolled are not actually enrolled after all. that is only part of the problem plaguing the failed website. we have latest from "the wall street journal" and also cyber expert david kennedy. thanks to both of you f joining us. spencer, this is startling, a third of people. you've been doing a ton of reporting on this. does this sound right to you a third of people sign up haven't signed up. >> the government disputes the figure. melissa: they say it doesn't accurately reflect the picture what is happening now. i'm not sure that is really a dispute of third. that is le, not exactly what is happening today. maybe they're saying only 29%. >> we don't know the actual figures. there is no question there have been a lot of problems with the enrollment of the people who are trying to enroll. through programs with transmitting data. when you put data into the website it
FOX Business
Dec 2, 2013 5:00pm EST
their new legal laws for in this device, robots flying through the air. that's the fife-year period that he was talking about, the next five years. but actually it's evolution. when the faa plans to start allowing more aircraft into the air, into air space, and that's actually 13-15 years out from i now. so i think it's a little crazy to go on the news yesterday and say, hey, we have drones. melissa: but wait, i don't know, guys, last night i was watching tv, and drones were everywhere. it literally didn't matter what you were watching. first i watched "60 minutes," the next show i was watching was "homeland," they were going out and going to attack what had gone wrong. spoiler alert, i don't want to ruin it for anybody, but there was a lot of drone involved there, and then you look today and bangkok, thailand, somebody has flown their own drone trying to film and show the rest of the world what's really going on there. i think we have video. the police were trying to shoot down military in the area, excuse me, were trying to shoot down the drones as it was happening, but look at these incr
FOX Business
Dec 4, 2013 5:00pm EST
by the seat of their pants and just not planned this out for a bill signed into law 3 1/2 years ago. melissa: you were being more generous about it than i would. i'm thinking insurance companies are sitting here. they have been the whipping boys. they have been ones who been blamed for all the people who got kicked off their health care and they're sitting there saying you know what? we were thrown under the bus. now we're stuck with all these people who are going to, we have more expenses. we have people who are sicker in the pool. we still have to charge the same lower rate to these other people. we're getting screwed all over the place. so we deserve more money, in terms of subsidy. i don't think they're going to be, you know, careful with their estimate of how much they're supposed to get from the government because the government hasn't been careful with them. >> number probably the best thing of course for the insurance company, it's check. it is money. it is in their hand. they don't have to wait for the process to work. one thing everybody found out is that the obama administration w
FOX Business
Dec 9, 2013 5:00pm EST
it is going to go. s i'm a strong he believer in competing currencies. i've written about it. proposed laws to allow competing currency. right now this might fit the bill but, i'm not preticking that -- predicting bitcoin may come out on top and may be a major participant and getting a lot of attention and i enjoy the discussion. melissa: you use ad word that is bitcoin's major problem which is stability. is there something they could do, is that the key to making bitcoin more reliable and more acceptable to more people? because while i think it is interesting and believe in the concept i would not personally want to put any money that i wasn't you know, very comfortable with losing into bitcoin. could they make it more stable? would that ruin the underlying premise? >> i think they face a major problem because, you know, metals are a little bit different than that. but it wasn't so stable the other day, you know when the chinese announced they weren't going to allow the chinese to use bitcoins. what did it do, go down 2 or $300 which is a big percentage. no, stability is very difficult for
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